Pakistan needs to get its act together to avoid embarrassment when it reports its progress at the global forum next year
The govt needs to address issues on both external and internal fronts to deal with financial panic gripping the country.
‘For businesses, stability and continuity are important. My advice is to take the IMF money to achieve credibility in
KARACHI: The government is set to table a finance bill in the next National Assembly session to curb the fiscal ...
Shah’s team foresees a fractious relationship with the centre amidst mounting pressure for visible development outcomes.
Dr Akhtar resented the old bureaucratic mindset that trusts precedents and avoids risks associated with ...
"The supply of goats, sheep has dropped significantly this year while that of cows, bulls and buffalos has increased."
Poverty has fallen by 20 percentage points in eight years (2008-2016).
Deft management of the external sector and a check on public spending did not allow the economy to slip in a ...
“The new leadership will have to work hard if it wants to build on the economic progress achieved under the PML-N."
“The dissection of the election cycle provides a rare insight into the anatomy of a transformational society”
HISTORICALLY, Pakistan’s private sector, projecting a neutral image, preferred to watch electoral politics from ...
In this special report, the Dawn Business & Finance team tries to demystify electoral promises and seeks the...
"I don’t understand what is stopping the caretaker setup to chip in their bit by being decisive."
Subjective conditions are hindering the repatriation of wealth of aspiring declarants under the tax amnesty scheme.
The spike is attributed to a combination of economic, social and political factors.
The interim govt has two very challenging tasks: Besides holding elections, it will have to navigate the economy.
Charitable giving in Pakistan expected to touch high of Rs173bn this year.
“The lack of interest in business circles over the names circulating for caretaker Prime Minister is remarkable.
“We must engage with global partners, including FATF, and do everything in our power to meet their expectations, but at